Chris Elliott as Paul Shaffer on Late Night, March 25, 1987
pretty sure Elliot Smith would have hated this
Wish I could stop watching amaz0n's shitty Man in the High Castle. The most likeable character is a Nazi and I don't think the writers and producers intend it to be that way. Death to the resistance.
CNBC caption guy not leaving this one to chance pic.twitter.com/prgpIpCZqj— Nick (@NickatFP) April 18, 2017
Pono Farm's lean cuisine....
and i was like, oooh, where is this place?
ahhh, down the street.
Warhol — who hobnobbed with both the marginal and the 1 percent — crossed paths with Donald Trump and his then wife, Ivana, in 1981 at a party for the infamous power broker Roy Cohn. Later, Andy discussed with Trump the possibility of doing paintings of Trump Tower. "I don't know why I did so many, I did eight," Andy noted in his diary on August 5. "In black and grey and silver which I thought would be so chic for the lobby. But it was a mistake to do so many, I think it confused them." He addressed another possibility further down the entry: "I think Trump's sort of cheap."
byggyz is still a thing.
Let me make sure I understand: you didn't like the restaurant?
dead-silent Guggenheim room / Doug Wheeler
just watched the recent release netflix original louis ck 2017. great and a big improvement over the last live show i caught.
hippie food from the '70's. its back.
someone asked me a ways back what was the best way to track tv shows. this is my goto -- sidereel.
of interest to me in april:
the return of veep, the leftovers, fargo & better call saul
of slightly less interest returning:
idiotsitter, archer, fortitude
new shows i will check out:
american gods, the white princess, the handmaidens tale, guerrilla
Amazing dinner at Gregans Castle, The Burren, Ireland.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation cannot tell us what we need to know about Donald Trump’s contacts with Russia. Why? Because doing so would jeopardize a long-running, ultra-sensitive operation targeting mobsters tied to Russian President Vladimir Putin — and to Trump.
you are what you eat (whole film 1968)